By Thomas R. Newman Duane Morris LLP Freedom of contract is a strong and deeply rooted public policy of New York, and it is bolstered
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By Gary Emmett, Construction Economist, Turner & Townsend Retail construction is most active in emerging markets, and these are the areas experiencing the largest increases
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By Richard Podos, Lance Capital LLC Government agencies need space to house their offices and accommodate all their people and operations. Making such space available
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The average amount of space per office worker globally has dropped to 150 s/f or less, from 225 s/f in 2010, according to a recent